We had dinner here on a Saturday evening. We stopped by a little after 7:30 p.m., without a reservation, and they were able to seat us right away. We chose to sit outside, which is always risky in June in Texas, even in the evening, but it was not very humid (comparatively) and there was a nice breeze. The patio area is not on the pedestrian level of the Riverwalk, nor is it heavily traveled, so it was not obnoxiously noisy. You will see and hear the barges go by but it is not intrusive.
I appreciated that you can share entrees, for a sharing fee of $4. If you don't have a big appetite but still want to try various things on the menu, that's a great option. I ordered the Texas hydroponic greens salad, which was good but not really memorable. My husband ordered what the waiter called the Thai salad but was not described that way on the menu; whatever it was called, it was delicious, and sizable, so he only ate about half of it. We had a bottle of white wine to go with the meal. The bread basket had the best cornbread I've ever had--very, very earthy and sweet. The other two breads were less memorable. Although it is much more of a fall-type entree, we ordered the pork tenderloin with spaezle and red cabbage. It was extremely good; the tenderloin was very tender and juicy (and still had a faint pink center, which may bother those who worry about pink pork). We shared the Grand Marnier souffle, which was very rich and a wonderful finish to the meal. Service was good, no attempt to rush us.
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